Ferris Bueller's Day Off : I saw this movie described as "family-friendly" somewhere.

I saw this movie described as "family-friendly" somewhere.

I thought that was funny. This movie isn't family-friendly, is it?

Ferris skips school and he convinces Cameron to drive his father's expensive car without permission… which is a crime.

Plus it's not known whether Ferris and his girlfriend were practicing abstinence. They're shown kissing in the scene where he picks her up from school, and they swim in their underwear together. They were probably having TEH SEX, yo.

What do you think… is this movie "family-friendly"?

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Re: I saw this movie described as "family-friendly" somewhere.

It definitely was by 80s standards.

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"Sexy as Hell"

Re: I saw this movie described as "family-friendly" somewhere.

I was influence to skip school by watching this film.

I had a friend who called the principal & he pretended to be my father, he told the principal that my Grandmother died.

You can't top the Pop

Re: I saw this movie described as "family-friendly" somewhere.

ACCORDING TO THE INTERNET FERRIS IS A FIGMENT OF SICKS CAMERON'S IMAGINATION ALA FIGHT CLUB.💀

“I do this real moron thing, and it's called thinking. And apparently I'm not a very good American because I like to form my own opinions.”

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I watched it as a kid with my family. There are basically no sexual elements in the story. Swimming isn't sexual and kissing is in almost every movie, including children's movies.

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Hell no. The principal was a pedophile.

Re: I saw this movie described as "family-friendly" somewhere.

lolwut?

Grade "A" Fully Loaded
"Sexy as Hell"

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JEFFREY JONES HAD SOME DISTINCT UNDERAGE LEGAL ISSUES…YEARS AFTER FERRIS AND NOT IN CHARACTER I AM ASSUMING.💀

“I do this real moron thing, and it's called thinking. And apparently I'm not a very good American because I like to form my own opinions.”

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😺 Schrodinger's Cat walks into a bar, and doesn't. 😠 Let's go, Brandon!
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